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Dr Salwa Kamourieh

Past LMM Speaker

r Salwa Kamourieh is a Locum Consultant Neurologist with the Headache Group at The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery.

Dr. Kamourieh trained at Imperial College London and completed her general medical training in Southwest London leading up to obtaining the MRCP in 2010. She subsequently obtained a Ph.D. at Imperial College London and completed her residency in Neurology at Imperial College NHS trust.

During her training, she developed an interest in the management of headache disorders and took up her current post in 2020.



Dr. Kamourieh’s specialist interests focus on the management of primary refractory headache disorders (chronic migraine, vestibular migraine, and the trigeminal autonomic cephalalgias), with a specific interest in neurostimulation for intractable headache and headache education for both academic and clinical students. Dr. Kamourieh has authored a number of scientific papers and has also presented at a number of national medical conferences and teaching courses.

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Have you got sound knowledge of your chosen speciality and an ability and willingness to transfer your skills and knowledge to others? If yes, you will be a great addition to our faculty of tutors. Teaching is also a way to consolidate your own learning, as well as broaden your competencies and raise your profile. LMM is currently seeking senior cadres of doctors proficient in common medical procedures.

 

Send a brief resume to info@lmm.org.uk to register your interest in this and other roles.

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Speaker & Tutor, London Metropolitan Medical, UK

Consultant Neurologist, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery (UK)

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